With the notions of sleek bohemian fashion and the essence of the revolutionary ideals of love, beauty and freedom, Dan Hilburn creates a modern, uncompromising shoot of intricate patterns and kaleidoscopic colours. The easy and detailed nature in which the different portraits are done reflect the designs that this style of dress represents, as well as the naturalist belief behind each look and the concept as a whole.
Hair and make-up, done by Frankie Piper, continue with this wholesome and organic look – with model Jayde Heiser’s bronzed skin, dark eyebrows and pink hued lips she creates the perfect frame to represent this look. The “hippie” appearance takes on a more sophisticated tone this spring, with, yes, the initial ideas of bringing back the era of the 80’s but also with it’s own unique twist on a fashion style that once was. Stylist, Hugh William Stewart, pairs items of contrasting patterns and colours to create a look like no other, and with the depiction of a casual formality. The airy easiness that one would associate with that historical time bought into a modern and fashionable world to create this form of “boho” that we see before us.
The bohemian look is pronounced, but without any sort of rough edges, making it a look that fits in well with the ideals of femininity and a girlish softness. Down to its roots it is a creative and fresh manner of styling, open to anyone who loves to mix, match and be inventive with their approach to dressing. Look towards these bohemian fashion ideals to create a new and exciting sense of you.
Consider this look along with more of Dan Hilburn’s photography (www.danhilburn.com) by browsing through the gallery.